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BENJAMIN PA C H E C O R O B L E S

PORTFOLIO Architecture, Art, Design

2016


B E NJ A M IN PA C H E C O R OB LE S

PORTFOLIO Architecture, Art, Design

2016


CONTENTS

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ACADEMIC ARCHITECTURE

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FRACKERSVILLE

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CHINESE SCHOOL

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MICRO PORT

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NON-ACADEMIC ARCHITECTURE

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CHAPEL OF THE IMACULADA

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02

LEMUS RESIDENCE BAR

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03

OLVERA HOUSE

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HERNANDEZ HOUSE

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DESIGN & ARTWORKS

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BED FRAME

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STUDY ABROAD SKETCHES

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A ACADEMIC Architectural projects.


Morristown, Ohio

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FRACKERS VILLE PROFESSORS

ABSTRACT Aggressive Passive Communities became the title of our project, located in an Ohio fracking zone within the state boundaries.

Jeff Kipnis

DATE May 2016

Architectural Politics through other means: Radical Resource Management through Exergy and Comfort theory; Ancient and Contemporary Cosmologies and Sacred Geometries; and Ancient and Modern Local Anthropologies and Archeologies.

It became an interesting format to explore a thoretical architectural project through the lenses of a passive aggressive way of looking at sustainable methods and exploiting them to their fullest potentials.

Exploration of above topics was done in groups of three, becoming expert teams in each of the topics and then merging with other team members to create a coherent project based on the above means.

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Program

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SECTION Pavilions


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ϭ͘ĐƟǀĞ&ƌĂĐŬŝŶŐtĞůů͗ Produces Natural Gas & thermal energy, also causes tremors and chemical leaks Ϯ͘'ĞŽƚŚĞƌŵĂůtĞůů^LJƐƚĞŵ͗WƌŽǀŝĚĞƐĞŶĞƌŐLJĨŽƌŚĞĂƟŶŐ and cooling using fracking well and ground temperature ϯ͘^ƚŽƌŵǁĂƚĞƌŽůůĞĐƟŽŶdĂŶŬƐ͗ Rainwater captured and ƐƚŽƌĞĚĨŽƌƌĞƐŝĚĞŶƟĂůƵƐĞ ϰ͘dŚĞƌŵĂůĂƚŚƐ͗ Complex of hot and cold baths powered by energy from geothermal and fracking systems ϱ͘ŚĞŵŝĐĂůZĞĮŶĞŵĞŶƚ>Ăď͗ Chemicals released by fracking ƐLJƐƚĞŵĂƌĞĮůƚĞƌĞĚĂŶĚƉƌŽĐĞƐƐĞĚƚŽďĞƌĞƵƐĞĚ ϲ͘ůŐĂĞWƌŽĐĞƐƐŝŶŐ&ĂĐŝůŝƚLJ͗ Harvested Algae is processed into products such as food and biofuel ϳ͘&ƌĂĐŬŝŶŐ^ƚŽƌĂŐĞdĂŶŬƐ͗ Various tanks surround the well to hold fresh water, chemicals, brine, and excess gas ϴ͘ĂƌďŽŶEĂŶŽƚƵďĞZĞŝŶĨŽƌĐĞĚŽŶĐƌĞƚĞ͗ The pylon is reinforced with microsensors that detect structural damage ϵ͘ZĂĚŝĂŶƚ^ůĂď͗Geothermal system is carried through pylon ĨŽƌƐƚƌƵĐƚƵƌĂůƌĞŝŶĨŽƌĐĞŵĞŶƚĂŶĚƌĂĚŝĂŶƚŚĞĂƟŶŐ ϭϬ͘'ĂƌĚĞŶdĞƌƌĂĐĞƐ͗džƚĞƌŝŽƌƉůĂƞŽƌŵƐĐŽŶƚĂŝŶŐĂƌĚĞŶŝŶŐ beds to grow chemically enhanced food ϭϭ͘ůŐĂĞWƌŽĚƵĐƟŽŶdƵďĞ͗ Algae is grown in a closed system embedded in pylon ϭϮ͘KƉĞŶŝƌdĞƌƌĂĐĞ͗ An open-air terrace separates the ƌĞƐŝĚĞŶƟĂůƵŶŝƚƐĨƌŽŵƚŚĞƉƌŽĚƵĐƟŽŶƐƉĂĐĞƐďĞůŽǁ ϭϯ͘ƌŽŶĞƐ͗ A squad of drones, powered by on-site electricity, facilitate day to day tasks ϭϰ͘ĂďůĞͬ/ŶƚĞƌŶĞƚ͗ Residents jerryrig antennae to grab cable/internet from the cloud ϭϱ͘^ƚŽƌŵǁĂƚĞƌŽůůĞĐƟŽŶ^LJƐƚĞŵ͗ Roofscape captures stormwater which is funnelled through space frame ϭϲ͘ƌĂŶĞ͗ Available for use by residents who wish to build ĂŶĂĚĚŝƟŽŶƚŽƚŚĞŝƌƵŶŝƚŽƌƚŚĞƚŽǁĞƌ ϭϳ͘ůŐĂĞWƵŵƉŽŶƚƌŽůZŽŽŵ͗ůŐĂĞƉƌŽĚƵĐƟŽŶƐLJƐƚĞŵŝƐ ŝŶƐƉĞĐƚĞĚĂŶĚŇƵƐŚĞĚŽŶĂĚĂŝůLJƐĐŚĞĚƵůĞ ϭϴ͘ZĞƐŝĚĞŶƟĂůhŶŝƚƐ͗ Residents are provided modular units and are allowed to modify them however they like ϭϵ͘^ƉĂĐĞ&ƌĂŵĞ͗ Modular space frame based on Metatron’s ƵďĞƵƐĞĚĨŽƌƐƚƌƵĐƚƵƌĞ͕ƵƟůŝƟĞƐ͕ĂŶĚĞŶĞƌŐLJƐLJƐƚĞŵƐ ϮϬ͘ZĞƐŝĚĞŶƟĂů^ƵƉƉŽƌƚ^ƉĂĐĞƐ͗ Residents are provided ǁĂƐŚŝŶŐ͕ĐůĞĂŶŝŶŐ͕ƐƚŽƌĂŐĞ͕ƌĞĐƌĞĂƟŽŶ͕ĂŶĚǁŽƌŬƐƉĂĐĞƐ

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PHYSICAL MODEL With the use of the laser cutters, 3-D printers, and ingenuity, we were able to create a radiant model that became a performance model during our presentation.

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PRESENTATION MODEL pavilions: overall view

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overall view


spring 2016

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PHYSICAL MODELS The construction of the presentation model involved various symbolic topics explored in class along with own desired effects in the model.

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detail view zoom out view

a,b PRESENTATION MODEL pavilions: detail views

spring 2016

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SITE PLANS gardens: seasonal agricultural fields


SITE PLANS underground systems: geo-thermal & plumbing

spring 2016

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PHYSICAL MODEL Building a bigger mock-up of the main facade was necessary to explore its material qualities both during day and night.

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b PRESENTATION MODEL enlarged facade model: day and night views

spring 2016

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PRESENTATION MODEL top view


spring 2016

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Cincinnati, Ohio

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CHINESE SCHOOL PROFESSORS Doug Graf

DATE

ABSTRACT &OLLOWINGÏ AÏ lRSTÏ PROJECTÏ STAGEDÏ INÏ #INCINNATI Ï AÏ SECONDÏ PROJECTÏ EMERGED Ï THISÏ TIME Ï LOCATEDÏ OFFÏ )  Ï COMINGÏ INTOÏ THEÏ CITYÏ 4HISÏ TIMEÏ THEÏ PROGRAMÏ ASKEDÏ FORÏ THEÏ ESTABLISHMENTÏ OFÏ AÏ #HINESEÏ ,ANGUAGEÏ 3CHOOLÏTOÏBETTERÏFACILITATEÏECONOMICÏTRADEÏ INÏTHEÏ#INCINNATIÏAREAÏ

)NCLUDEDÏ INÏ THEÏ PROGRAMÏ AREÏ AÏ #HINESEÏ LIBRARY ÏAÏGALLERY ÏAÏSMALLÏSHOP ÏAÏBOOKSTORE Ï AÏTRAVELÏAGENCY ÏANÏAUDITORIUM ÏAÏ#HINESEÏÏ RESTAURANT Ï ANDÏ AÏ SMALLÏ CAFEÏ FORÏ VISITINGÏ PUBLICÏ

November 2015 3INCEÏ THEÏ GOALÏ WASÏ TOÏ PRODUCEÏ SPEAKERSÏ WITHÏ THEÏ MINIMALÏ /HIOÏ ACCENTS Ï ITÏ WASÏ DECIDEDÏTOÏIMPORTÏNATIVEÏ#HINESEÏTOÏBEÏTHEÏ LANGUAGEÏ TEACHERSÏ 4HEÏ TEACHERSÏ WOULDÏ STAYÏONÏSITEÏFORÏONEÏORÏPERHAPSÏTWOÏYEARSÏ ANDÏTHENÏRETURNÏTOÏ#HINAÏTOÏCONTINUEÏTHEIRÏ CAREERSÏ THEREÏ !SÏ AÏ RESULT Ï ITÏ WASÏ SEENÏ NECESSARYÏ FORÏ THEÏ PROGRAMÏ TOÏ INCLUDEÏ HOUSINGÏFORÏTHEÏTEACHERSÏTHATÏWOULDÏPLACEÏ THEMÏCLOSEÏTOÏSCHOOLÏANDÏITSÏAMENITIESÏANDÏ PROVIDEÏ AÏ SMALLÏ #HINESEÏ COMMUNITYÏ FORÏ THEMÏTOÏOPERATEÏWITHIN

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a-d CONCEPTUAL SKETCHES initial iterations: pen on trace


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CONCEPT SKETCHES Along with models, sketches became the ďŹ rst mode to investigate schemes. The ďŹ nal scheme emerged our of different combined schemes into one.

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initial concept sketches delevloped sketches

e-j CONCEPTUAL SKETCHES later iterations: developed sketches, pen & marker on trace

fall 2015

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CONCEPT MODELS An initial schematic model set the tone for the rest of the project. The simplicity of the ďŹ rst model can be seen on the above images to the then complex and intricate later model.

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1 STUDY MODELS top & side views

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initial concept models developed model


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GALLERIES

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RETAIL

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RESTAURANT BATH

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GARDENS

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AUDITORIUM

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GREEN ROOMS

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CAFE

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RAMP

FLOOR PLAN underground floor plan: galleries and seasonal reflection pools & sunken gardens


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LOBBY

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ADMINISTRATION

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RESTAURANT

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GARDENS

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AUDITORIUM

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STUDY ROOMS

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CAFE

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TRAVEL AGENCY

FLOOR PLANS ground floor plan: entrance floor plan

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LIBRARY

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STUDY ROOMS

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STACKS

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LIBRARY GARDEN

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ADMINISTRATION

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TERRACE

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SCHOOL

FLOOR PLAN first floor plan: school & library


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LIBRARY

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STACKS

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SCHOOL OFFICES

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POOL

FLOOR PLANS second floor plan: school & library

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TERRACE

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HOUSING

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CLUB HOUSE

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GARDENS

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BRIDGE

FLOOR PLAN third floor plan: housing, gardens, & gym for professors


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HOUSING

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STACKS

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SAUNA

FLOOR PLANS fourth floor plan: professor housing & stacks

fall 2015

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PRESENTATION MODEL overall views, museum board & basswood


fall 2015

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Columbus, Ohio

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MICRO PORT PROFESSORS Rob Livesey & Bart Overly

IN ASSOCIATION WITH, Chris Miggo & Rojin Hashtroodi

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ABSTRACT Micro-Port called for a building which used the history of the Columbus Greyhound Station site to house residential, commercial, retail and parking. The proposal is for a hybrid building of a plinth in which the parking, retail and commercial programs are housed into a mega block that is split to create a pedestrian street in the middle while the retail and commercial hold the edge of the site to establish an edge condition. The pedestrian street resembles the back alley street vernacular of Columbus housing. An offset cluster courtyard typology gets introduced into this pedestrian alley as a way to create diversity within the site program and as a way to connect the program to the pocket park on the North side of the site. The microhousing units get

a special treatment and are pushed above the mega block as a way to establish a new way of living, freeing the mega block from the micro housing typology, designed for the youth that comes into the Columbus area. This establishes a series of towers to participate with the rest of the city’s high rises. Different units types are integrated within the towers to create distinction within the micro-units. The typical micro unit gets a two story loft area facing the South for light. An introduction of flats and penthouse units creates variety at the top of the tower. The top most part of the tower is used for the coooling tower, integrated early in the design stages. The tower’s also incorportate a roof terrace for all of our inhabitants to enjoy different views of the city.

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a-d CONCEPTUAL PHYSICAL MODELS initial iterations: mat conditions


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CONCEPT In the evolution of the scheme, various iterations transformed from one to another in search of the ďŹ nal product, one which would be structurally possible as well as a coherent organization.

e-l CONCEPTUAL PHYSICAL MODELS later iterations: mat and towers

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mat condidtions raised mat mat & vertical scheme

fall 2014

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PARKING

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GROCERY STORE

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FLOOR PLAN underground floor plan: parking, & grocery store


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TOWNHOUSE

FLOOR PLANS ground floor plan: entrance floor plan

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GARDENS

fall 2014

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SECTION transverse section


fall 2014

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OFFICE

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FLOOR PLAN townhomes floor plans: family housing


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FLOOR PLANS micro unit plan: upper units

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FLOOR PLANS penthouse plans: lower, first, and second


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FLOOR PLANS unit plans: micro units

fall 2014

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FLOOR PLAN view of residential towers and commercial


DETAILS facade: construction drawings

fall 2014

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PRESENTATION RENDERING model photo: model photo rendered in photoshop


MICRO UNIT axon: exploded axonometric

fall 2014

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PRESENTATION MODEL top view


fall 2014

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B NON-ACADEMIC Architectural projects.


Guanajuato, Mexico

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CHAPEL OF THE IMACULADA CLIENT Josefina Estrada

DATE July 2016

STATUS Schematic Design

ABSTRACT The town of la Estancia, belonging to the municipality of San Jose Iturbide, Guanajuato, Mexico, is a small town consisting of a group of houses along a main road which splits the town in half. On this main road, one finds the existing chapel. The current size of the chapel is small, growing smaller year by year, so much that half of it’s attendes have to stand outside the chapel while mass is going on.

The chapel asks for a simple program of an altar, a choir, sacristy, nave, and one bath for the the priest that will conduct mass every Sunday. A site visit was crucial to understand the solar orientation, site context, materiality and needs by the people.

Josefina Estrada, a cousin of my mother, has taken on the efforts to make a new chapel in a new site she has acquired within the fabric of the building.

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SITE The existing chapel exist on the main road that crosses the town while the new site is embedded within the fabric of the town streets, off of the main street.

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a EXISTING CHAPEL exterior & interior views

b NEW SITE views from front, back, and approach


RUINS mine of santa brigida: Jesuit mine at Pozos, Guanajuato, Mexico, 45 Km from chapel site

spring 2016

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STUDY MODEL interior: structure vs. form


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CALICHE VERNACULAR STONE

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NATURAL STONE

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ADOBE

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RAMMED EARTH

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RUINS mine of santa brigida: exterior and interior view of light chimney

spring 2016

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PROCESS The use of models for the investigation of the formal qualities of the chapel have made me realize the functionality of certain elements and overall organization. More and more study models will come as the project advances in design.

a-e STUDY MODEL iterations: investigation of light chimneys

a. Iteraion 1: simple forms b. Iteraion 1: Light chimneys c. Iteration 2: Light chimneys d. Iteration 3: light chimneys e. Iteration 4: Inverted chimneys


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spring 2016

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STUDY MODELS physical model: museum board


spring 2016

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Whitehall, Ohio

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LEMUS RESIDENCE BAR CLIENT Hector Lemus

DATE June 2016

STATUS Under Construction

ABSTRACT The Lemus’s efforts to renew their house’s basements led to their wants of a small bar that will be the main feature of the basement. Their vision was that of a contemporary bar with fine materials and well crafted materials. An investigation of the basement took place at the beginning, establishing the parameters for the bar location and re-use of existing plumbing and light fixtures. Through various material studies, the client was able to see their vision come true through the use of renderings, digital models, and site visits to the Hamilton Parker showroom.

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SITE axon: view of stair in reference to bar and ceiling


FLOOR PLAN & SECTION construction documents: floor plan & section

summer 2016

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Guanajuato, Mexico

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OLVERA HOUSE COMMISSION Owner: Maria Olvera

DATE 2013 - present

STATUS On-hold, design development

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ABSTRACT Olvera House calls for a program for a family of three. The clients requested three bedroms, a kitchen, a dinning room, a living room and one full bathroom along with the request for private courtyard space. The proposal is to accommodate the program of the house towards the North side of the site in order to create a courtyard facing South with direct access to the living room. The challenge of the site was its triangular composition in a corner site where the road bends. The solution was to create a higher volume of the house that would not only work to reference the medieval idea of the tower as one emerges from a bent road as well as a reference to the vernacular pyramids of the Mexican culture. The mass of the house also works with a chimney that serves two

functions: in the winter it serves the living space and dinning room while in the summer it works as a heat chimney to remove the hot air of the house out to keep the house cool. The fenestration of the house is designed to create cross ventilation to help cool the house. A three meter wall is put in place around the site boundary to create the private courtyard requested. Various physical and digital models are used to examine light and shadow as well as material studies using vernacular materials to seea variety of appearances to show to the client.

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PRESENTATION RENDERING view of courtyard towards house: view towards dinning room


STUDY MODELS physical & digital: formal study models

spring 2013

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B

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FLOOR PLAN ground floor plan: pyramid within precint


Angulo del Angulo del sol del invierno sol del verano

SECTIONS transverse & longitudinal: form & performance diagrams

spring 2013

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Guanajuato, Mexico

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ABSTRACT

HERNANDEZ HOUSE COMMISSION Owner: Mauricio Hernandez

DATE 2012 - present

STATUS Under Construction

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This single story house was designed for a family of four. Having the opportunity to design a house for one of my childhood friends was the first attempt at bringing new architecture to the region I grew up. In this commission, an attempt was made to relate to the site as much as possbile by creating views, using vernacular materials, as well as using a formal system of organizaion that helped derive the form of the house. A system of golden rectangle proportions define the geometry of the house. making every space proportional to each other, and thus creating a harmony within plan. A rotation operation is made to shift the living space to better the relationship between the house and the landscape. A dialogue is established with the rotated cross plan of the living room with the plan of the town church. The

sloping site allowed for the house to accomodate views towards important buildings like the town’s churches, as well as, views to the surrounding mountains. The aim of the house is to create a deep relationship with the landscape and the life of the family with its surroundings. In an attempt reduce costs, the house uses traditional construction methods along with local brick and stone. Not only does this help reduce embodied energy, but it helps the environment. Along with using traditional materials, passive solar ideas were established by having more windows on the south facade paired with an overhang to avoid overhHernandez House calls for three bedrooms, one and a half bathrooms, a kitchen, a dinning room, a living room, and a garage.

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BASILICAÏTYPOLOGY

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0ROPORTIONALÏRELATIONSHIPS

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PROCESS diagrams: proportions & site views


Floor Plan ; relationship to context

FLOOR PLANS ground floor plan: entrance floor plan

winter 2012

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3OUTHÏ%LEVATION

.ORTHÏ%LEVATION

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ELEVATIONS south and north elevations


%ASTÏ%LEVATION

7ESTÏ%LEVATION

ELEVATIONS east & west elevations

winter 2012

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CONSTRUCTION PHOTOGRAPHS early construction: start of foundations, walls, and ceiling


CONSTRUCTION PHOTOGRAPHS interior & exterior: exposed masonry work

winter 2012

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C design & ARTWORKS Academic & non-academic.


Columbus, Ohio

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BED FRAME

DATE 2015

ABSTRACT

Building a bed frame was always on my mind until I came across furniture designers Object Utility, whose flat pack design for a bed frame caught my eye for the simplicity of the design, portability, and for the easy tongue and grove assemblage.

The next step was cutting the pieces of the bed, using the efficiency of the CNC routing. After the pieces were cut, they were hand finished.

I first measured my mattress to begin the drawings for the bed frame. Throught digital models, I was able to find the correct proportions to begin setting up the drawings for the construction of the bed.

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AXON exploded axonometric: headboard, legs, and joists


DRAWINGS plan and elevations: front, back and side elevations

fall 2015

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ITERATIONS A ďŹ rst bed frame was built only to realize that there were unresolved problems with the proďŹ le of the joists as well as connection to the headboard. A second bed frame shows the resolved issues.

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a BED 1 iteration one views

b BED 2 iteration two views


AXON axonometric: bed frame with headboard

fall 2015

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Eastern Europe

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STUDY ABROAD

PROFESSORS Kay Bea Jones & Jacqueline Gargus

DATE, April 2012, June 2013

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ABSTRACT

This sketches were developed during my study abroad experiences in Europe. Capturing qualities in the architecture such as public space, light qualities, shadows, form, and the site is part of this endeavour. Plazzas, in particular became an interesting investigation due to its program surrounding the piazza, in which most cases it was either a government entity or a religious entity. Regarless, they were full of life throughout the day and even during the night. Contextual information is crutial to any piece of architecture or public space. In my sketches, this becomes coptured again and again.

Capturing detail is crutial to understand drawings or sketches. In one end one can create very detail pieces like the detail in my still life even though its a small piece to bare strip down detail that captures just the essence of the building or a quality of the building such as light conditions or form. Sketching has always been a passion that I have been able to carry out throughout my education. It helps me see things that a picture would not help me capture and at the same time it becomes a tool to analyze a building in or a space in depth.

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ON SITE HAND SKETCHES trajan’s market, rome: pen on paper


ON SITE HAND SKETCHES

ON SITE HAND SKETCHES

renzo piano, genova: pen on paper

doumo of orvietto, orvietto: pen on paper, facade study

summer 2013

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C

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ON SITE SKETCHES florence duomo, florence: watercolor on paper


summer 2013

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C

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ON SITE SKETCHES piazza del popolo, ascoli piceno: watercolor on paper


ON SITE SKETCHES duomo, ascoli piceno: watercolor on paper

summer 2013

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C

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ON SITE SKETCHES malcontenta, palladio: pen on paper


ON SITE SKETCHES palladio: pen on paper

summer 2013

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C

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ON SITE SKETCHES san francesco chiostro, ascoli piceno: watercolor on paper


summer 2013

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C

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ON SITE SKETCHES matera, fontana della tartarughe, basica of maxentius: conte & watercolor on paper


ON SITE SKETCHES duomo, trani: watercolor on paper

summer 2013

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C

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ON SITE SKETCHES still life: prismacolor on watercolor paper


ON SITE SKETCHES bernini’s st. teresa in ecstasy: pencil on paper

summer 2013

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